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    Reviews - Silver Surfer: In Thy Name - #1

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The story is okay, but the art is weird - chubbytoad
I am a big fan of the Silver Surfer. I'm beginning to recollect some of the stuff I had as a kid. I got this series having only seen the covers, but was surprised when I opened the books and saw that the art was very different than most comic art. Its very delicate and the lines are almost non-existent. It almost looks like water color. I actually have found it distracting, which is a shame, because the story is fairly interesting.




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